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CANTON, OH --  Legendary Minnesota Viking wide receiver Cris Carter will be inducted into the NFL Hall Of Fame tonight in Canton, Ohio.  The 16-year NFL veteran ranks fourth all time in league history for receiving yards (just under 14,000) and touchdown catches (130).  12 of those years were spent in Minnesota, where Carter says he turned his life around following drug problems in Philadelphia.


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